Posts tagged: baisakhi

Amrit Sanchar

From the prospective of one who without hesitation knew they would go through Amrit Sanchar, I think it may be too obvious of what I would do. With the Guru present in front of me, in flesh bidding me I would not hesitate to do as my Guru ordered. If Gobind Rai was
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Rehit Maryada

Becoming a Sikh was a slow process for me, and I feel every aspect has touched my soul at different times. I was a new Kundalini yoga student at Guru Ram Das Ashram in Toronto when I blithely signed up for an Akand Paath, and that night was more transformational than any yoga practice
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Khalsa Now

What are we? What are Sikhs and what are Khalsa? We know the story on that day in 1699. We know the accounts of battles and valiant warriors and saintly heroines. These are the people and the potential that we draw inspiration from. Our role models are martyrs, saints, poets, musicians, and householders. But what
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Crown Yourself!

by Dharmatma Kaur Khalsa Sat nam. Today is Baisakhi 2013, and my heartfelt wishes that you feel renewed and strengthened with the Radiance of Guru Gobind Singh and the blessings of the Panj Piaray, the Five Beloved Ones. So I just found out that April 13 was International Turban Day. Is that cool
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Los Angeles Baisakhi 2014

Espanola, New Mexico Sangat Members, Sat Kirtan Kaur and Siri Sadhana Singh share inspiring words on their experiences of seva at the Los Angeles Baisakhi Day Celebration. Sat Kirtan Kaur Baisakhi is my favorite event of the year. While I deeply love Solstice, White Tantric Yoga days and the Guru Ram Das
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The Unfolding Story of the History of the Khalsa Nation

Beads of Truth, Fall 1979, #3 by Siri Singh Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji Since New Year's 1979, the year of infinity that "will determine your fate in the 'hand of God'," the Siri Singh Sahib has aided our recognition of that destiny in a number of addresses that culminate in this issue with a
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Vaisakhi: The Song of Love

By Dr. Harbans Lal Can there be religious fervour without Love? Can one love God and His creation without Love? How is Vaisakhi as a song of love a major contribution of Guru Gobind Singh to the Sikhs and humanity at large? The learned author authoritatively answers all these
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“Baisakhi”

by Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji, 1996.  English translation by MSS Guruka Singh Khalsa ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕਾ ਖਾਲਸਾ ।। ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫਤਹਿ Wahe Guru Ji Ka Khalsa!  Wahe Guru Ji Ki Fateh! The Panth is gathering God's heart quivers with joy The prayers of his lovers resound In
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